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Anita Loos - Greeting Card Signed

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Anita Loos - Greeting Card Signed

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ANITA LOOS "Kliban cat" greeting card, signed by her for herself and longtime housekeeper Gladys Tipton Greeting Card signed: "Love to dear Charley/from/Anita Loos and/Gladys" (written by Loos). 7x5 folded, 7x10 unfolded card illustrated with a Kliban cat. A former child actress, Anita Loos (1893-1981) became a screenwriter at age 19, contributing to more than 60 silent films. In 1925, she published the novel Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, the story of Lorelei Lee, a "dumb blonde" character based on herself, who had a penchant for rich men and diamonds. The book was made into a New York play (1926), a Broadway musical starring Carol Channing (1949) and two films starring Ruth Taylor (1938) and Marilyn Monroe (1953). "Glady" was Gladys Tipton, Loos' longtime housekeeper and close friend, who managed household details after Loos' separation from husband John Emerson. "Charley" was theater director and producer Charles Forsythe. Unevenly toned. Otherwise, fine condition. - Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. HFSID 301983

Anita Loos - Greeting Card Signed

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